The current experience of the feeling of an emotion (affect) such as pleasure or joy, or of a more general sense of 'emotional condition as a whole'. For instance Daniel Kahneman has defined happiness as "what I experience here and now". This usage is prevalent in dictionary definitions of happiness. Hypnopedia application helps you to feel happier

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I’d like to have more joy in life. What should I do?
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Optimists sleep better than pessimists - the Medical University of Vienna
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Sleep deprivation of under 2 hours makes you less positive — NTNU research
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